Conference day two

A session at 2nd Annual Custody, Clearing & Settlement Asia 2012

Tuesday 21st February, 2012

8:00am to 5:00pm (LMT)

08:15Registration and Refreshments

08:50Chairman’s Welcome Address

09:00Examining OTC Derivatives Clearing through a Central Clearing Platform in Asia
•Implementing CCP in Asia to clear OTC derivatives : impact on the transaction processes
•Identifying key challenges in OTC derivatives central clearing
•Evaluating strategies to overcome operational challenges and managing clearing risks effectively
Outlook for future OTC derivatives clearing development and central clearing platform in Asia
Philippe Dirckx
Managing Director, Regional Head of Intermediaries and Infrastructures, Citi

09:40Exploring Strategies to Managing Liquidity during Market Slump – What does it Mean for Custodian’s Risk Management
•Overview of the current capital market and custodian business landscape
•Assessing the impact of the lack of liquidity and challenges facing custodians
•Exploring strategies to measure and manage risks effectively to stay ahead of tough competition
Dean Stephan
Chief Risk Officer
BNY Mellon

10:20Morning Refreshment and Networking Break

10:50Examining the Rise of ETFs – How can Asian Custody, Clearing and Settlement Market Participants Support It?
•Reviewing the recent rise of ETFs in Asia capital market
•Evaluating the key ETF product types in the market
•Analyzing the infrastructure for Asian custody, clearing and settlement: how does it support rise of ETFs?
•Assessing the evolving Asian clearing and settlement landscape and the implications on ETFs development
Daniel Lee
Vice President, Institutional Sales
DBS Vickers

11:30Cambodia: Examining the Dynamics of Regulatory Environment in Cambodia
•Outlining the recent regulatory updates in Cambodia and how it affects clearing and settlement
•Assessing the role of custodian banks in bridging the gap between regulators and investors
•Evaluating best practices to achieve efficient operation and effective risk management in Cambodia’s custody business
Kao Thach
Deputy General Director
Securities and Exchange Commission, Cambodia

12:10Lunch and Networking Break

13:10Mongolia: Working around Mongolia’s Regulatory Framework and Managing Securities Transaction Efficiency
•Overview of current securities transaction industry in Mongolia and regulatory framework
•Reviewing challenges faced in Mongolia’s custody, clearing and settlement processes
•Examining the recent initiatives that aim to enhance the securities transaction environment in Mongolia
•Exploring best practices to enhance securities transaction efficiency in Mongolia
Ms. Tudevvaanchig Gandulam
Executive Director
Mongolian Securities Clearing House and Central Depository

13:50Panel Discussion: Managing Regulatory Changes and Differences among the Various Markets in Asia
•Reviewing key regulatory framework updates and implications for custody, clearing and settlement
•Exploring strategies to navigate through regulatory changes to continually support custody, clearing and settlement in Asia
•Examining regulatory changes’ impact on cross-border trade
•Moving towards standardised and harmonised systems: how far can regulatory developments help support it

Philippe Dirckx
Managing Director, Regional Head of Intermediaries and Infrastructures, Citi

Zagal Jack Badamgerel,
VP & Director, Investment Banking Division, Golomt Bank of Mongolia

Taketoshi Mori, Head of Securities Market Infrastructure, Global Network Management – Transaction Services Division, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

Vincete B. Castillo, President and CEO, Philippine Dealing System Holdings Corps

14:30Afternoon Tea and Networking Break

15:00Product and Service Innovations to Support Trading Activities for Asia’s Evolving Market
•Reviewing traditional global and domestic custody services to meet Asia’s custodial requirements
•Assessing how securities lending, collateral management and other value-added services have facilitated trading activities in Asia
•Examining the fund/asset managers’, institutional investors’ and broker/dealers’ needs
•Exploring innovative products and services for customers to gain competitive edge in Asia’s evolving market
Giles Elliot
Global Product Head – Securities Services
Standard Chartered

15:40Examining Effective Operational Risk Management for Enhanced Custody and Clearing Processes
•Reviewing operational risk in custody and clearing process
•Evaluating various strategies to minimise operational risk: is the cost justifiable?
•Selecting the most cost-effective solution to counter operational risk
•Drafting the roadmap for operational risk management in custody and clearing processes
Venkatesh Rathnam
Global Head – Technology & Operations, Securities Services, Standard Chartered

16:20Exploring Strategies to Achieve STP in Corporate Actions in Asia
•Reviewing the updates in regulation, industrial standards and communication protocols in custody, clearing and settlement landscape
•Understanding the fundamental challenges such as managing complex financial instruments, volume spikes and market specific behavior
•Assessing the perils in corporate actions life cycle
•Exploring strategies, such as implementation approach, to achieve STP in corporate actions
This session will be addressed by a senior representative from SWIFT. Please visit www.custodysettlementasia.com for the announcement of speaker for this session.
17:00Chairman’s Closing Remarks

17:10Close of Conference Day Two

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Time 8:00am5:00pm LMT

Date Tue 21st February 2012

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